But there are triva sections. And this information is often more relivent to the shows quality and production than say the fact this is the certain number of time's it's been a man vs woman fight. Somthing like this is actully indicative of somthing that happened while the episode was being made, and over sight or disconect that is actully more informative than much of the information in the triva sections.
I know, my point was that it is often regard as a seperate section becasue in information is more related to production than the actual episode itself and is often more important than the content of the triva section.
Look at the One Piece wiki, Errors and Corrections are seperate from general triva.
What do you mean by "Spelling mistakes", like genuine mispelled, even that is more informative the number of male vs female fights.
But I highly doubt that would be the case, most people wouldn't even catch the spelling mistakes and even bother to put then in. Even then, this sort of information is still seen given in offical descriptions on more offical pages than this. Like the mispelling of Jason Voorhees as Jason Vorhees in certain media.
Most of the Errors would includ things like Superman's S be inverted, or how Wonder Womans Braces vanished during producations.
And while you may be right that people would use it as a way to complain, don't they already try that in the Triva section, which is why it's protected?
But why isn't it worth it? It's different enough that many other bigger wiki's and website seperate the two in distinct sections. What about that isn't "worth it?", it's not hard and of little effrot, but give readers a clearer more consise view between production mistakes and general trivia, rathert than have all information regard as "other", put into triva, it helps readers find what they want to find quciker. The actual episodes content on these pages is sperated into six sections, Description, Interlude, First charcter intro, Second Charater Intro, battle, and then results. The entire episdoes diolauge is transcribed.
Why could information be broken up between Triva and Errors. It would be more organized anyway
So you never had someone try to complain in the Triva sections? Then wouldn't that be indicative of the attituide of users here and you could trust them not to complain in a Errors sections?
If you don't have the attention span of a fruit fly, then you are very capable of skimming through the Trivia to find what you want, especially because there isn't much Trivia to begin with and the stuff you described isn't accompanied with a wall of red text.
There were saltly people who tried to screw with the Trivia, but they aren't as annoying as the actual trolls, which is why barely anyone would notice them.